This is the "newer" False Duck Island lighthouse after the older one was torn down. This lighthouse is hexagonal looking more like an airport control tower. I am guessing close up it looks very similar to the Sullivan's Island Lighthouse in SC.
Note: When I first saw this light, I wasn't really too sure what it was. We spotted it out on an Island off the coast of Prince Edward Point Lighthouse. I could tell it looked like a lighthouse, so I snapped off a few pictures through my 1000mm telephoto lens. Searching through several books produced nothing until I looked through my Northern Lights - Lighthouses of Canada book by David Baird. It was shown in there. And in the brief write up it said The white tower has a conspicuous daymark of three red bands.
Directions: The lighthouse sits on False Duck Island which is anywheres from 1.5 miles off the coast of Prince Edward Point Lighthouse. The lighthouse is best viewed from the water, however, I used my 1000mm telephoto lens to get this photo.View more New False Duck Island Lighthouse pictures